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Is there anything like the EYFS handbook, but for the 0-60 dev matters points?

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by Rachwins, Sep 4, 2011.

  1. This might be my brain not functionning (I have a horrific cold and no voice, GREAT start to the beginning of term!!) but is there anything like the EYFS handbook for detailing examples of the 0-60 months development matters scale points?

    Putting together a letter for parents of examples of evidence, the EYFS handbook was great for breaking stuff down into parent-friendly examples for reception year, now working with a SEN group who aren't quite at scale point 1 yet.
  2. Sorted now.
    If anyone wants a copy, I've listed the letter of examples for parents in the resources bank. Feel free to adapt as you wish!


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